The Toronto Raptors have been the team on the mind of every Canadian this weekend. The basketball team has been making headlines for its record wins, advancing to the second game of the NBA finals this weekend.\nOf course, Raptors fans have also been making headlines. The Golden State Warriors players and coach have quipped that Raptors fans are so Canadian that they are polite even when they are heckling players.\nBut there is also a darker side to some Raptors fans, who have reportedly lit fireworks outside of the hotel window of the Golden State Warriors in order to rattle them. Reports are also emerging of robberies around Jurassic Park, the area where fans gather to watch the game.\nGlobal News reported that, according to Peel Regional Police, two robberies occurred close to Jurassic Park West in Mississauga. Jurassic Park, usually known as "Celebration Square," has hosted live Raptors viewing parties.\nThe incidents took place on Sunday, June 2, moments after the end of Game Two of the NBA Finals, between 11:00 p.m. and 11:35 p.m.\nAt the first robbery, an unidentified victim was robbed at knifepoint. According to Global News, "some personal property and cash were taken."\n#PRP currently on scene in the area of Burnhamthorpe Rd/Living Arts Dr in #Mississauga for a street level robbery with a knife. No injuries. Suspect quickly apprehended by officers on scene. Call received at 11:00pm. PR19-0201336— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) June 3, 2019\nLuckily, as the tweet above indicates, the suspect was quickly taken into custody by the police.\nREAD ALSO: The Golden State Warriors Are Reporting That Even Canadian Hecklers Are "So Nice" And "Very Polite"\nA 19-year-old man was later taken into custody in connection with the robbery. He was chased by police, who deployed a Taser but did not hit the suspect with it, according to CityTV.\nThe second robbery reportedly did not involve any weapons. Personal property and cash were also taken. According to Global News, two people have been arrested in connection with the incident but they have not yet been charged.\n#PRP currently on scene in the area of Burnhamthorpe Rd/Living Arts Dr in #Mississauga for a street level robbery. No injuries. Two suspects in custody by officers who were in the area. Call received at 11:25pm. PR19-0201368— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) June 3, 2019\nIt would seem that the suspects were hoping to use the excitement of the event to mask their attempted crimes.\nGame Three of the Raptors is scheduled for Wednesday, June 5 at 9:00 p.m.\nA total of three people were charged in connection with two robberies that occurred last night at Celebration Square in Mississauga moments after the end of Game Two of the NBA finals.\nRead the Global News report here.\nRead the full CityTV report here.